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    (Original post by Seer)
    You like to point out you got 2 A*s at English GCSE, but your grammar and spelling are generally very poor.
    since when did you have to be able to spell / use grammar very well to get A*'s at GCSE English?
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    (Original post by corey)
    since when did you have to be able to spell / use grammar very well to get A*'s at GCSE English?
    Exactly!
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    since when did you have to be able to spell / use grammar very well to get A*'s at GCSE English?
    A* grade answer: Whilst Scout remains rather naive, her brother becomes steadily more mature until he is far more aware than his sister of the racial prejudice present in the town.

    C grade answer: Whislt Scot remians rather naiive her brothr become steadly more mature untill he is far more awair than his sistre off the raciale prejudise presnet in the towne.
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    A* grade answer: Whilst Scout remains rather naive, her brother becomes steadily more mature until he is far more aware than his sister of the racial prejudice present in the town.

    C grade answer: Whislt Scot remians rather naiive her brothr become steadly more mature untill he is far more awair than his sistre off the raciale prejudise presnet in the towne.
    I got 2 Cs and I don't write like that!
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    (Original post by Toffee)
    A* grade answer: Whilst Scout remains rather naive, her brother becomes steadily more mature until he is far more aware than his sister of the racial prejudice present in the town.

    C grade answer: Whislt Scot remians rather naiive her brothr become steadly more mature untill he is far more awair than his sistre off the raciale prejudise presnet in the towne.
    Grade A* Answer: Indian!

    Grade c Answer: Maybe Indian!

    Grade U Answer: Whilst Scout remains rather naive, her brother becomes steadily more mature until he is far more aware than his sister of the racial prejudice present in the town. NOT INDIAN.
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    I note that Seer has yet to take up my challenge.
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    (Original post by a_musical_gal)
    I got 2 Cs and I don't write like that!
    Not meaning to be rude. What set texts did you study at GCSE.
 
 
 
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